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Everything points to you...

It's a vicious circle

Do you feel like you keep going round and round and nothing changes? Ever since I started on this path I have felt like I am spinning my wheels. There has been an ever growing vision before me of where I want to go and what I want to do. I have known for a long time, from childhood really, that I want to help people. To be of service. As a child I would help the kids of the neighborhood hurt during our playtime. I would sob as we passed run over rabbits on the highway in California. As a teenager and young adult, the underdogs were welcomed into my heart and life long friendships developed. In 2000, as an adult I was severely injured stepping off a step ladder and lived with a misdiagnosis for a long time. I was barely able to take care of myself let alone my kids and husband. For years in an attempt to feel like I was capable of doing things I volunteered for a lot of things. What this actually did was put me into a downward spiral of continual pain, living off OTC pain pills and feeling even worse. Everything was going sideways including my marriage and working as I was in constant pain. Through it all I kept trying to prove I could do anything.

The reality of my life sucked

Once my husband told me I needed to quit volunteering. At the time, although I listened, I thought he was extremely selfish. Not letting me volunteer, when it was helping others. The reality... it was hurting him seeing how much pain I was constantly in. This was a huge eye opener for me. I started to realize I needed to take care of myself. My injury had been running my life for 16 years. I was terrified of what my senior years would look like. It was time to break the cycle.

One step at a time

Those of you who know me know that I have actually made huge strides. I now mountain bike every chance I get. I hike all over mountains. I am living life. I can show you how too!

What if I had the answers? Would you want to hear them?

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A Spiritual How-To

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